QUALITY ASSURANCE


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1 : SEMINAR ON “QUALITY ASSURANCE” BY MR. ARUN MSC NURSING 2ND YEAR
2 : INTRODUCTION
3 : TERMINOLOGIES CREDENTIALS ACCREDIATION CERTIFICATION QUALITY QUALITY ASSURANCE ASSURANCE AUDIT TOTAL QUALITY MANAGEMENT QUALITY ASSESMENT QUALITY ASSURANCE
4 : DEFENITION Dictionary- quality is a degree of excellence: a peculiar and essential character. Quality of care: According to Lang and Clinton “ Quality assessment is the identification and measurement of a certain level of quality of care”.
5 : Quality Assurance: level of quality can be defined and measured. Quality of care: Dona bendian: “The management by a physician or other health care practitioner of a clearly definable episode of illness for any given patient.”
6 : EVOLUTION OF QUALITY MOVEMENT IN HEALTH CARE The American college of surgeons established in 1913, was the first organized effort to develop quality standards in health care. This body later established the hospital standardization program, which evolved into today’s joint commission on the accreditation of health care organization. [JCAHO]
7 : Founded in 1951, JCAHO has become the largest accrediting organization in health care today. In 1980s, quality assurance was introduced into the JCAHO accreditation standards with emphasis on a problem- solving approach ROLE OF THE JCAHO IN THE QUALITY MANAGEMENT
8 : The American industrial age emerged during world war- 2 as the United States initiated mass production to ease shortage of supplies After world war-2, Japan begin incorporating quality into its rebuilding process and lined experts from the United states
9 : The industrial quality management movement was led by the three renowned theorists: W. EDWARD DEMING JOSEPH JURAN AND PHILIP CROSBY
10 : QUALITY CHAIN: The quality chain focuses that the care should be, C- Comprehensive, cost- effective, contractual. A-Accessible, accredited, acceptable. R- Relevant, reliable, resourced. E- Efficient, equitable, effective.
11 : THEMES IN HEALTH CARE QUALITY ASSURANCE:
12 : DEFINITION OF QUALITY AND QUALITY ASSURANCE.
13 : MODELS OF QUALITY ASSURANCE
14 : QUALITY CARE MEASUREMENT MODEL A SYSTEMIC INTEGERATIVE MODEL DONABEDIAN MODEL
15 : The steps in quality appraisal:
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17 : QUALITY ASSURANCE METHODS
18 : STEPS OF QUALITY ASSURANCE
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20 : ESSENCE OF HEALTH CARE QUALITY ASSURANCE CONCERN FOR EXCELLENCE AND STANDARDS SPECIFICITY AND EXPLICITNESS ADAPTATION OF A CYCLICAL MODEL COMMITEMENT PROCESS APRAISAL TECHNIQUE CONSUMER INVOLVEMENT TECHNIQUE
21 : APPROACHES FOR QUALITY ASURANCE
22 : GENERAL APPRAOCH
23 : SPECIFIC APROACH
24 : ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE FOR Q. MGMT.
25 : STAGES OF TEAM DEVLOPMENT
26 : Factors influencing quality movement in health care
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28 : THANK YOU

 

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